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Master's degree in food biotechnology

The teaching staff imparting training is mostly comprised of research doctors from the Institute of Food Technology (INTEA). This teaching staff has extensive educational and research experience, and they form part of the three groups of research at the INTEA: Plant Pathology, Biotechnology of Animal and Human Reproduction and Food Technology.

Part of the teaching is imparted by guest lecturers who work at other universities, research centres and companies in the sector. They offer an applied vision of research, improving the education offered to students in terms of their future insertion in the workplace. These teachers work at the Chemical Institute of Sarrià, the Institute of Food and Agricultural Research and Technology (IRTA), PRAXAIR, the Health Protection Agency at the Department of Health of the Government of Catalonia and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), among others.

As part of the master's degree, international researchers of recognised prestige also participate, offering valuable information about leading research in this field being developed in other countries and contributing to the improvement of the integrated education of students.

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